As my tenure as editor of the Basic Communication Course Annual comes to an end, I have a great deal of excitement about the future of communication education and basic course scholarship. Looking back on the three most recent volumes, the diversity of scholars and ideas is remarkable. Moreover, careful readings of articles found in these volumes will show that these scholars are using rigorous methods to ask and answer theoretically provocative and practically potent questions. Indeed, these volumes will add to the rich history of this journal and will also serve as a foundation from which to build as Dr. Paul Turman takes over as editor for Volumes 19-21.
Basic Communication Course Annual: Vol. 18
, Article 4.
Available at: http://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol18/iss1/4